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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDIT'ON CITY EDITION rWRTY-SlXTB ytUJ ALBUQUERQUE, NEW M OCTC 1915, l ;i. I l I am, i or Mall. .HV Month single . pnw. Sac. PROSPERITY UNITED STATES FULL! SHOWN 8! More Merchandise Is Being Shipped Now Than at Any Per iod Since Panic of 1 907 Halted Business, TRAINS AND STEAMERS LOADED TO CAPACITY Figures From Books of Trans portation Companies Make Remarkable Showing Past Thiee Months, for at unnNlNO JOURNAL PCCIAL OlSffl WIRI, lew York, ,ct II, A general ro ii of freight traffic, Bnequaled p 1107. was reported today by ai- rival sines most York New FREIGHT RECORO even railroad entering New I oomraiiree oi City or with terminals on ihejou crril and Jersey shore across the Hudson j examined the i the office of the Erie railroad it aa said thai tonnage figures for laal month, available today, showed that the business, done In September. 1915, was the greatest ever recorded on the I boohs of the company during the op-1 (ration of the road. Tonnage on the Baltimore and Ohio of shipments t, New York and for ex- port lias increased 40 per cent, it wag I Mid, within the past ninety dayg, Bregkg iusi Records, The New Haven railroad Is moving more freight today, ll was said, than it has moved for years before. The New Yolk Central lines report that h'lsiness is so good that hundreds Of Mttrg men have been added lo handle the t raffle and flvi thousand U eently ordered arc for the tra that deliveries six thousand , of the ' re- j to : x'ew aid. i the j iUal. II record vlous high of Pennsylvania railroad company declined state tin Itime of busi- ness being done oyer its railroad circles il was s, I, bun in the road's h been equalled before. Steamship companies inn, service every possi lines, eporti but In d thai trail t,,' carry the enormous volume of exports Mohonk Lake, ". Y., Oot 21. See the Atlantic and ale Working erg speakers before the Lake Mo ssels at top speed. honk conferctn ( mi the Indian aid Heavy Water Shipment- . "ther dependent peoples today d, - Kv York from rj vessel that sails out of New harbor these days for Europe clipper to passenger line, rides law in the water lug her holds. fiiJtn this port 1 to figures made with a cargo crowd Merchandise exports st month, a, cording public today, broke all previous records Their value was! $ I 3.ooo,ni)n. in September, mil. exports from this port were a little j under 111,000,000, Most of the big shipments coming to New York are tor export and the, shortage of ships has been almost cote though conditions today arc; n-porteil as better than a month ago.. There u hardly a pier in the cityj where merchandise is not piled high. Grain ami Heel tYctsfct. BnormoUS shipments of steel and j grain have poured into New York' over the New York Central lines with-i in th" past fortnight. Along the New' Haven, especially at Bridgeport, Hart ford, New Haven and other maniifar ttiring centers, the volume of ship ments mostly munitions is in Ojuan Ittiei Without precedent. Many solid tralnloadg of munitions roll over thh line to New York City every day, an Official of the road said, and men In the traffic department are working day and night to move them prompt ly, then heavier shipments of muni lions, hoots, shoes, woolen and other ' "inuiodities appear in prospect, it was aid, as soon as factories bull! and building reach their capacity. Every road entering New York has sdded many extra men to its payroll, ll is said, to care for the flood tide of business. 29 MFRCHANT SHIPS SUNK BY SUBMARINES IRV MO ANt NO JOURNAL RARCIAL LIAIKO WIRI, Berlin, Oct. 19 (VtS Wireless to Say- rtlle, n. Y., net. II,) The Overseas News agency today gave out the fol lowing item for publication: I Hiring Soptemf'cr Herman siibm i rines sank twenty-nine enemy m Chant ships of 1U3, "16 tons, two trat,s i 'its uggresating lt,l4l tons and seven trawlers of 1,204 tons. By mlnci were destroyed six enemy merchant shlpg of 20,812 i ms. Altogether thesl VtaseiS aggregate HIH7" tons, will !i is the best proof thai the English re !" rt that the actlvilv of our subma rines have ceased on account of 1ob l incorrect." fiolil Shipment rrixc-. New York, Oct. 21 The Canard liner (ir.luna arrived here today from Liverpool with $1,2,",0,000 in gold, con signed frorri Hritish to American bankers. After unloading- here, the 1 'rduna will proreed to Halifax, N. H., to lake on Canadian troops for Eng land. Whether the Orduna, now one of the best vessels in the trans-Atlantic service, will he withdrawn for the remainder of th war Is not l.tmwn. THEJVEATHER xvkatiikk ronacum. LOCAL WI Villi ll it K I MKT. For twenty-tour hours, ending u p. m. yesterday: Maximum temperature. 11 rttltrm linimiim. t degress IUl $1 ,h rees; icinpcraiiitc at I p. m., II ,. ret s southwest winds, dear. BRITISH CENSORS CUT OUT STANDARD POETRY R MONMIftfl JOURNAL RRROAL LIAIIO WlRlj London, Oct. 21 ;j:4i p. m.) The Hiitish , ens. us antipathy lo uoetn m !;,.vi,,,,"r.,..rr .bl ,M,,,,"ns . uut-s oi rviLoiug aim nrowuuig wn. 11 uuoted in dispatches from the front as gravely considered in the house of commons this afternoon when Ro UM M, N, ill, author and unionist memher of pal tit no tit for St. Angus tine's division of Kent, asked sir John Simon, secretary for home affairs. what posts he could quote with im punity. Sir ohn explained tMt the dlffl iv not in ohjection to poetry the censors' failures lo recog- cutty hut t ni.e the same. The censors' attention hail been rtllicd to the matters, he sdded, with the suggestion that thci tuns Will. LIMIT I'OW I It or 1 ill 11 I I NMOiUS Pi :M I r, :jn a. ni. i The the chamber ol deputies criminal legislation has report of Paul Meunler, a member of the chamber who at .laeked the French censorship as u limitation of political liberty. The committee dei Ided that the system ot compelling newspapers to submit ai tides to the censor before publishing them gkouli military an thai the lai he modified jc confined diplomatic lassed last J eordinsly. strict ly news. to and mid FILM IS OBJECTED TO Speakers Declare Natives Are Being Pushed Into Positions Responsibility Before Are Properly Prepared nev f MORN, NO JOURNAL RPICIAI. LCAttO M,,RI dared thai the government service ol (he Philippines was being turned OVer to the Filipinos, too rapidly for their i Wn good. This was true, they said, not only in the department ol educa tion, where natives were fast ta ""'K the plates of American teach iii important government offices. Thomas l.ytulsey lllavney, ,rofes- sor of Oerman In the William M. Rice institute at Houston, Tex., who made a siudx ol Philippine i onditlona last year, said: in spit,, of all Stat, menta to the contrary, th,- too hastv PMllplntttng of the service has disappointed some of Its warmest advocates.'' Dr Viator ;. Reiser, who recently resigned as dire tor of health In the islands, announced that the treatment j used by the American pnysictans ioi , the cure of Filipino lepers had met' NO POLICY BY LAKE MOHONK with men success that it naa nethe revolutionary troubles In ladoptad by several other oriental! Rxporta ad Ifeaportl countrieM. inciuoing wmwv 1 -ih and the Straits settlements Whereas I two years ago only lour lepers were I cured, last year twenty-six Mites were I effected nn,1 several bundled patients I are believed to be on tin waj to re- Other speakers were William I'1' therly, ot Laurel, T' l.. feme rly of Manila: 0. A. O'Rlelty, of Manila, formerly of the Philippines Sales agency, and Prof, Kverett ConaJlt, ol Chattanooga, Tenn,, formerly of Ma nila. The conference will close tomor row with a discussion of Porto Itlco and the adoption of the annual plat form. TRADE BALANCE FOR SFPTFMBER $146,343,919' RY MORNINR JOURNAL RPROtA Washington, Oct, u'l LlAlin WIRII Sew high I records in th i made during vmerican export Hade re shown In September ar public today ian and don figure! mad, by the bu- Export $217,761,7 714,017 o an incre e of 1141, 1914. Tiny balance o iver Boptember inade a favorable trad 1141,141,11)1 for the month as against a trade balance of 1,I41,72I fOT HeP" I tern her, 191 4. balance for tin K:i,731 less th: I balance for th 1 1910. The favorable Iraue month was only $11, l the fav, .ruble trade During September importations "r ,ld amounted to 141,042,(41, and the (ports were 3, 921, If 0 Miss Wilson al Home Washington, int. : MaM Mar garet Wilson, eldest daughter of Pres ident Wilson, who has been away for several months visiting frbnds and on concert tours, returned to Wash ington today. She was met at the tram by ihe president. EUROPE WftNTS TO KNOW WREN MEXICO EXPECTS TO PA! CLAIMS Delay Recognition of Carranza Until Moie Specific Infor mation Can Be Had From First Chief, BIG LOAN MUST BE MADE IN AMERICA Business Men of Cnited States! Are Already Seeking to Re establish Trade Lost During Long War, V HORhlNI JOURNAL RRrCIAL LtARtO WIRI Washington, ,i It, -Kuropean governments are making Inquiries ofl the United States as to what assiir- ancea have i n given bi the newly recogntged stetlran government with I respect to foreign claims, it is geaer-l All) understood that the powers of. Luropo will follow the lead of the I Mneruaii republics m recognising Carransa and ll became known t.- . , niitht thai before takinK the step theyjj Wgnl to know more specifically what s' ltlenient is tO be made of the huge claims growing out of the revolution ary conditions of the last five years CleneraJ Carranm has decided to appoint several mixed commissions to i be composed of Ih In order that an Interested nations ible settlement ' may be reached Will Walt on Credit. The question of claims Is related SO ' losely to the financial rehabilitation f .Mexico that il Is unlikely that the United states gnvarnmenl will press its claims Until Mexican CTedK has been firmly re-established and ar rangements made im the payment of the southern republic's national obll- As yet no in the Carraiua k loan, but It is In view of the markets, funds ,ve has been made bv rverument to obtain a onstdered certain that condition of Kuropean with which to finance will he sought in : rhe sum needed I the united Bute has been variously estimated frfom a I hundred million t,, three hundred mll i lion dollars, it la not believed let I well infoiined Quarters that any loan! j will be negotiated, however, until a new COn greSH has I n elected and the constitutional order begun, probably ; six months hence. WW! Seek Lost Trade. official evidence ot the recognition ,,f th,- Carman governmeni was given I by the state department today in the delivery of Bllaeo Arredondo of an in- vita t Ion asking the United stales of A A .-- , Mexico to send delegates to and par ticipate hi the Intwnntlonal scientific Congress here next December. Efforts to regain the ground lost by American merchants in Hade with Mexico during the past five years of internal strife in the southern repub- lie already arc the recognition eminent. Th, elgn and dom, started a camp under ,,f Ih. way following Carranaa gov-: bureau of for- I mnierce today facilitate I rade : with Mexico ami negotiations were be gun with representatives of the Car ranza government here looking to the p).Illlu, up ,,f U1 ., ,r , ,.(,SI., usual channels oi restricted dui l, XI j in the fiscal year ended June no. j HMO, the last year of stable govern ment In the southern republic, the United Slates Shipped to Mexico goods: to the value of 151.111, ,071. In the year ended June 11 bad fallei the same the Unite, iff 14, n ports to o showed the fiscal mounting Ob og(. lp; I I ,!ir.,!nn in nun. The necessity of the early appoint Iment of Mexican consuls in American (export cities has been placed before I Ellaeo Arredondo, who represents th' jCarran.a government here itmi ( MtK W. iitil II E BV VCl'ATKD N ICO Douglas. Ariz.. 21. Six hun- evacuated the late today, tic- "'eu , .1, , no-i ' , " border town of N cording to the Canal, .a consulate here. Villa troops are reported to be only a few miles south of NfeCO, and are expected to enter the town soon The evacuating garrison, under Lieu tenant Colonel Cardenas, h said to he marching toward Agua I'rieta. In con- for Bitty centra tl with m pla len. P. ISIIas ' Presldeni Pardon- Convict, WMhlngton, Oct 11. -Be oaugs he prevented a jail uprising, probably saving the warden's life. AUfttiH KU- I Sick, sentenced at Seattle In l" months' imprisonment for bringing an alien woman into Hie United States was pardoned today In President Wil son. His sentence Would have ex- j pircd November 21, -.)," I Is Coinalesclng. London, Oct, i!i (i p m i -Premier Asuutth has rerovereri from his recent Illness sufficiently to go lo the coun try. He expects lo uttemMhe session of the house of ommons Ml Tuesday of next week,. BULGARIANS ARE SWEEPING INTO SERBIA WITHOUT Fl Defenders Are Defeated and Flee in Panic, According to Official Report From Kin, Ferdinand s Capital, NUMEROUS SPOILS OF WAR ARE CAPTURED ?opie 01 iviiH etiouia mm to Welcome Invaders, Great Enthusiasm, ai orators. Oil I (I i With I ISV MORNtNd JOURNAL Sofia. Bulgai i I, IRRCAL LCAHE Tuesday, 1 (vis The the 1. Ion. troops, Timok oh all. "IK are step now st, Bfol Serb fie, lied panic, is car and and I an nna w ere kill- d. "i-ur Pim! our troops, aft stubborn battle, took posaVaslc iiiiii pianlna of the Kollvabe ers, Which arc vir IIBPOTtanl Str leal points. "RoUnd about rauya our tl are stfongly eatoellehed, having c ,d the valtei Of the Mora. a f distance of twenty-One kiloin (about thirteen miles) to tne i and north, asl . t ar boot yat has not y known la i been determined. iiniu i- two I les milli about one million 1 1 a kilogram is !.l j "Our troops adi i Egn Patankg an.,. ! hian position and i any, who is bein j toward Kumanio n the ell pursued igalnetae greasing I, whole off, ilngll usi re te rap pr. . Tl as the towns of lx rata, TlpkiUsaee an cavalry overtook tt Diane near Klssell a peised them; Abou Hired and the olhel to escape through t "The troops are b Indescribable enthui 1' d Incapable I M ADOO PLEADS T S retarv Declares Trade With if i Ol!l Orient Must Be Maintained In Merchant Vessels Ameiican Flag, or IR MORNING JOURNAL RRICIAL L RABID WIRII San I'T.in.i-'". Oct, i In a plea for the creation by tiie government of a naval auxiliary merchant marine, wmiam ti. Moid,,,,, secretary of the treasury, addressing members ,,f the San Francisco Commercial club, said today that if private capital could not afford i" provide adequate steamship Service between Pacific COgSl points ami the orient, th, governmeni should I provide these facilities taction of United Btati I prosperity. Be, retaty I I speaking w ith refei en I men's bill and the coat ' Pacific Mall Steamship , ; the passage sj the ad f Idlaeootlnue bpslneas on Mr. McAdoo said th tin pr, itlon ,,r the onpanv that CSd Ihcm lo i,. Pacific. I steamship coast t" the rests of th" service from the pacifii orient s Vital I" the in I'nltcd States. "BUPpOge this cannot be mall tallied except al a insn." -nggested tl cabinet no oiber. 1 .Must we then , without these facilities" I sa) n 'in i hose circumstances such se vice should be provided Under Ot flag, and If private i Spltal for,i I,, provide it because 1 af- olvea lOUld loss poo provide the service add take tr for the general welfare of all th pie an, for the pr,, lection of our trad and prosperity, especlslly when th vessels for of the ii., the nation' such SSI .al atixi il defem pari Kern t Meet President. Washington, Oct, 1 1 Bent Kern, demoerati. leader of the senate, will discuss national defense tomor row with President Wilson. He re turned today from a visit to the mid dle wet and said he though! the de fense urogram could be put through MUCH GHTING FORGOVERNMEl MERCHANT SHIP BOD! Of JAP IS kMON M X N KILLED WHILE L Three American Soldieis Slaii and Eight of Fifteen Wound ed During Fi Border, KL FIVE BANDITS LEFT DEAD ON GROUND1 and Maneuver to Sound Bugle Like Seasoned V ofl INAL RRRCIAL lltllO WORI, Ti x . Oct. 11.- The panose was found to ib id m e i, ans killed "i nlng fig hi b, tweeti soldiers and Mexi. an pel Anna This Jap I'olltll been shot III the I Was BOthlng about lg the irlv n ande wi epal ate , stop I most i tW I of bands Mexi. I. In Clo IrnnnV. Ill the treat ho sixt mil in., and thirty ml i I the his beii.-r th I ban thirty which attach number of right '-"ii -i the America: All eight of Mi i ans in the part d njo fjej Ague. The; lexnalis killed ill this! ml tonighl at five and' lOjdlera dead at three, j the American wounded i to recover. Not all! vere exi t,-,i the bandits a the river afte flahl for a m to have d ossed I w mill. led ral mitt I was lost, i obtained j the a p biush until il lint w here I be t Inslly bandits l ittle n (.lien. i baildHs' ap i Of Mexican aids, according ,per ai Mission. moving auapii iver baalde the r, in oommand saying. "Things u the brush.'' i in I n t r j law bush usi and slipped i ol Bergeanl Bhaf th,. dotai hn "id, are looking bi He had Ii. when the hn all sides in d P iking I. ill, recant Shiif, r. The an. Ing part) treat and nil, d 1, advanci machlnt to v let pens t rated his i Ague 'II. I Hal rlhl, SCI ipl lolls near Seoastlan are niglil The report out ol' ii fills, alt Some MeXlea tl cow I and through colli bandits clUtSed abo the river I l oin hl The Chfranss Qarsa, raported toi i Blocksom ni !' tlensral Hugealo Iscredlted to illlently xrew pi ' ad when were sighted, ' Lopez. ' ' . , i i ,, n.a bad sent communde oldlers to Agiui Willi ai Matomoros, t. point opposite 1 'Jo I ni orders to arrest persons river there Lopes said doss be h IVCll 11 ,111 HeMli'Sa, MeX ,,r fighting in thai rutted ' Mexico. Albeit Browne am viclti - lie. I ,'M'llt.l - district: among OUI formed on this lower ceiving em ml al' be lean side " UgS Hide i rurther, tl Mexican s bandits, Ht effort to , cull SUtl them. In be taken .-, illations governroeu who are ted upon ike M' x i and tsling r,i letrgilBI outrage, authorities on th l not asslslla king no bona flrte with the Amerl in apprehending steps which may iyc strong npie SS made by "aV nd I bat the Mex- ny oth. we l,ell should lo the ATTACKING PATRO 1, ,1 I In ,,:. ; ' .1,1: He laid. 1 '.in anna .mild ;ii.J jiitnaiull ion l wat. 1 1 ; 1 1 1 ss 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 t IN IMMtltl i: till Ml arts lodes w aa received . t my of f i' i .- ..11.I. il this a Ming features i nneetiou Wth to la tight sad a) Immedleti rem i. military standpoint, m si ng that the brush eountrj of title IjW the OSICr RiO fl! amle stag as retards longer was iso quarter) wireless ,all, ief 1 fight Hoops III ssualties. FREIGHT HANDLERS TO STRIKE AT BOSTON IRT MORNINO JOURNAL SSSt4 ItARID Rlfll Itostoii, Oct. 81 Prefajrhl handlers i n.pioved bv the three principal rail road! entering tins clt) will be on Hike tomorrow unless deuinndH for reduced working boms and Lncreaaed Uav'are irrantcd, labor lenders said to- ir stab menta ii, of nmst o the vat, Is Ol load The intimated by lo union offte lg IS estimate t'ollowed i wall, i I ban, II iKhl stou and ixtrlk Maine W IN that I 1)90 men won rial strike Ord .1 More Than People Tr Eight housand Outside World's ivai Greatest Inventor . . LIARtn WORD I Thnnius so great Rich ball ho Inven Ideni of address ,1 ll hi held mam people I I It wa- estimated more than gainci admittance, re more people on Hie o lie, i t,, gain admittance inside," said Mr Mo, a I people : there . 'who fi on ii"' i erring Vnd .ni. hall to the high est. whli mc di d.-d lb, ng ami be- leave Hll the crowd quickly Mr. i. Kdlsmi by a 'id' to the stag. mild cxil Mr-. Edison became si i a ra t ' d. it Mi during 'I'1" 'xeilem talis start 111 ,111th Hie crowds the ear ntor I 'd iso his u ,,i hen v. lib In On I IIS lie V of the p, CM III,', half Edison wi memorath Later in stratlon h. w ill, M r in the oth lal b! iiiiui Tele talk- in, I i'. legraph ci on gn Is, Mr lOdli , 'I tllelaln of irange, N. .1., By ntinental Iwe and ",.il 'lav be bad I I I, I his hotel k him. nsposltlon I'hai had. Wliel) 1 V V . L L . Nlaii DC I ul Alto ALLIED WAR RAIDS I'elg nun the Bi I l. i: I, III, 'led spondlni Imposed Advices from Tans SMS. .I'm Sgld th,- Qerman offlt lols In BwlviuiH hod imposed a fine of $1,900,009 on the city of Brussels m consequence ,,f ins destruction of s Seapellr, drrlgtble bal loon In sheds ut Rvere, to 'he north of Brussels, by aviators of the entente EDISON GREETED 01 THRONGS SAN RANCISCO GERMAN ATTACKS E GIM THREE WIDELY tins Are Repotted Neat Riga and in Serbia, but Severe Losses Are Sustained In Drive Against French, RUSSIANS VICTORS ON SOUTHERN LINE Allies and Teutons Are Each Trying for Successes Which Rumania, IRV nnSHJINS lOURNAl RR',AL Ll .ALU WR, London, Oct. :'i (10:89 n, m )--Tho flemuin armies, which for nearly fir lien months have hem continuously finlitniL; on on,, front or the other, ate now on the offensive at three, wldelj separated points against Riga and lMusk, In Sethu ,.,d 111 th Champumie dlslrict of Krance. in tin- two toraer anvw they con tinue to malm progress, hut against lb. I r, i. a their attacks of yesterday, delivered to the sast of Itheims, met with a complete repulse, us did those of pre ions days. llulgai Dffrssstve Stringer. While i was sxtSsetSl that the Austro-C.erman , imlaiight Ir. th n o lilt would be th,. most formidable, as a. matter of fact the Ilulgarhui at tacks against the Serbians througb the valleys from the cast are prmlng the most dangerous. It Is now defi nlieh settled lh.it Hn, llulgars have ut the Halonlkl-Nlsh railway lo the north of V'rsnya, thus driving a wedge between the main Herhlnn armi and the Anglo-French forces which landed at Salonlltl. There is iiiolher rallWaJ which, branching oft at I'skap, runu up the western aide ol Serbia, but ll la a I Lde fable way arounil and. be sides anotln , IbilKiinun army which is now lUinroMbiruj Kumanova, Is threatening ihe JuncUon at L'skstp. New liitercsi in (.rnxr With I in' rapid sweep west Wind of the Bulgarians, the paoplei ,,t the aiiod countries are watching with keenset Interegt tim negotiations win, h Ble pro, ceding ,1a tween the, governments and the klflg and gov ernment of (Ireece. These negotia tions gra being curried on by th British foreign office In behalf of tho allies. IfaVtltg tailed to convince ill,,,,' that It was her duty to abide i.v iiu- Serb.,., ireek treaty ami help Serbia, when she was atta, ked. (ho allies have made ;i fresh offer lo that country in, biding the cession by iiic.i, Britain of the Island of cprus. This offer, and an outline of possi ble financial help Is now being; eon- Idered by the Kalmli cabinet' should the negotiations tall, It Is expected Dial Cue, , will be asked to deinohll iga or clearly define hei attitude. Pruarertj on itiinuniiii. Conversations aia are proceeding with Human lg, whtok u i undei Mood an- in charge of the Flench for eign office. Meanwhile all the b,.igerentM rettl i,e that the beat way to infliten, e the neutral slabs is !,, win a big vic tory AiUStro-Qsrman and Ilulgarlnn forces are Hying for this in Heiidu, Oermasy in Ceurlaad and Kranee. Itah in Tyrol and iienllno and Itus sia near slonlm, which roughly Ii the , enter of the t.isiein front In Volhy- nia a.nd dallcin. lUndenbttrg Moar itiga. Field Marshal von lilndenhurg, in Ins s.ftach 00 Riga, has reached Dial, which s bslf way between Itiga and MltaU and only a dozen miles south West Of the Baltic port The ler- ma ll id SXtendt ab ng a front nt miles and the tler- movemeht on the right the living river, thirty Of about se man nankin has reached miles southeast of Illgu, from whl' h point Hie Iivlnsk Itiga niilway is be ing bombarded. Victory bj Itiisslntis. As an offset lo this, the Russians by a dashing ult.wk have carried the i ;, 'i man positions Southeast of ltnra nnvlChl, an Important railwax junc tion east of .slonlm, on the Llda- llovo railway, taking more than 500 prisoners, and, according to m Herman official admission, have oosi United their succaeg ii ihe middle fityr, south of the Prlpet marshes In Volhyalu and Qalicla. According to Petrogri '"alls He attempting 11" , the IttlS l'l Mice, but continue lo thrust at the Ailstro- Qertnans, thus doing a lot ,,t duinaa. Italians n- ,IIm. The Italian advance In Trnl and Trentlno Is being carried out in run loi mm with th, plan to relieve the pressure on Serbia. New succeaaes are repotted, snd H is stated lhat a I foiwaird o.mi'lllellt Is about man sieamcis v.-ie h biive ,"casl the sttbmftrtnes in the Baltic. theOer- I , liar, ll is declared here, lias now virtual! been driven from the Seas, even the lisliing fleet in Ih North h, . , bavin., been forced to re tire to Ihe harbors as a result of the activity of the Itrltlsh cruisers which 'ttllv )f ARE BEING MAD SEPARATE FRONTS